Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters scholarships are open to master’s-level students from eligible countries all over the world. All Arab countries are among those eligible.
Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters courses are high-level, integrated study programmes designed and delivered by consortia of higher education institutions. Each course involves at least three higher education institutions from three countries, two of which must be European Union member states or third countries associated with Erasmus Mundus.
Participants will study for at least two study periods in two different countries, which must be different from their country of residence. Students may earn either a joint degree from two or more institutions, or multiple degrees from the different institutions of their consortium.
The E.U. supports the scholarships to foster excellence and internationalization.
Varies by programme. Most consortia require applications to be submitted between October and January for courses starting the following academic year.
- Be from an eligible country. All Arab countries are among those eligible.
- Have obtained a bachelor’s degree or equivalent, or will have obtained one before their chosen master’s course starts.
- Meet the entry requirements of their chosen master’s course.
1 to 2 academic years (60, 90 or 120 ECTS credits).
- Participation costs.
- A stipend of €1,400 per month (max. 24 months)
- A travel allowance.
How to Apply
Students interested in studying an Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters course should consult the online Erasmus Mundus catalogue and choose a programme. Each programme’s listing contains detailed information about the course and a link to the website of a sponsoring institution. Check the sponsoring institution’s website for additional information about entry requirements and how to apply.